After the remnants of ex-Hurricane Bertha we can expect a couple of calmer days ahead but with rain still in the forecast.
With the aforementioned storm still sitting away to our north-east we can expect a cool day on Thursday with a brisk north-westerly wind feeding in showers across the region. Brighter and drier later. Highs of 17°C.
Friday we fair a little better with a drier day expected and less windy. Sunny spells and one or two showers well-scattered. Highs of 18°C.
The weekend sees Saturday looking the better day of the two.
Bright spells during Saturday and most places dry during daylight hours. More cloud into the late-afternoon and with rain expected late evening and overnight. Highs of 18°C.
Sunday early rain clears to sunshine and showers. Some heavy and frequent in places. A little breezy again. Cooler with highs of 16°C.
Looking ahead still no sign of a heatwave or any very warm weather returning as it remains cool for August with frequent showers.
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